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'O ___ babbino caro' (Puccini aria) crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of December 22nd, 2002 other clues
Suntan lotion letters
Survey choice
Tabula ___ (clean slate)
Terse critiques
They precede many lists
They're uplifting
Tolkien cannibal
Utah skiing resort
Vacation locale
Verse, part 2
Verse, part 3
Wear away
Where grapes are grown
___ de combat
___ Park, Colo.
'The Flies' dramatist
'Bus Stop' playwright
'Damage' director
'Midnight Cowboy' role
'Put your rear down!'
'The Name of the Rose' figure
'When I was ___ ...'
'___ calls?'
1917 Theda Bara role, informally
1930's-60's columnist who wrote 'Washington Merry-Go-Round'
45-Across had one
A helping hand
Abbr. after some church names
Actress Marceau of 'Braveheart'
Airport abbr.
Article in Die Zeit
Baseball's Piniella
Betray, in a way
Big shock?
Brand in the frozen foods section
California county or its seat
Came down
Can. province
Casual time to start work
Central principle of Baha'ism
Comment from a lonely-heart
Country dance locale
Davis was its Pres.
Directional suffix
Down East
Drug for a poison victim, maybe
End of the verse
Enter the picture
Epistle of the New Testament
Event covered by paparazzi
Famed family of auto racers
Field for a gov. or a sen.
Film cartoon with the voice of Woody Allen
First of a Latin trio
Florida collegian
Funny Anne
Gets comfortable with
Go astray
Not brilliant
Not lost
Not straight
Nuclear event, in headlines
Oklahoma Indian
On earth
On high
One cycle per second
One of the Mamas and the Papas
Ornamental cord on clothing
Part of a car test course
Photo ___
Played (around)
Popular cuisine
Purely extra
Put to flight
Rattles on
Relative of 'Hmm ...'
Removing one's hat in an elevator, e.g.
Robe material
Roman called 'the Censor'
Rugged ridge
Scottish town of Sir Walter Scott's youth
Self-titled 1986 R & B album
Soap plant
Soft shade
Start of a Christmas verse
Start of North Carolina's motto
Grace, e.g.
Growing amount?
Gulf sight
Half-___ (pipsqueaks)
Head car, maybe
Hero's medal: Abbr.
Hide, in a way
Hilton rival
Intensifying word
Inventor Howe
James ___, who wrote 'The Thin Red Line'
Kind of beam
Kind of eyes
Lab subjects
Last of a series
Limo occupant, perhaps
Linguist Chomsky
Marilyn Monroe feature
More squalid
Mosque head
Most acute
Mozart's 'Dove ___'
Mrs. John ___ (Pocahontas)
Nissan sedan
No longer secret
Not an exact fig.

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